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  • Diana Krall Live in Paris Verve ORG 2002/2011 vs Universal Music Group 2016

    I was thinking of getting this album in the 180 gram 45 rpm. There are 3 issues. The original 2002 Verve ORG and the 2011 Verve ORG and the 2016 Universal Music Group. The prices are about $170 for 2002, $60 for 2011 and $25 for 2016. Whats the difference. Are the sonics similar or is there a most desired version. Thanks
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  • #2
    i didn't realize ORG pressed this record twice, I'll have to look at mine. I played it all of one time, i'm not a DK fan. how horny are you for this record? no matter if its the '02 or '11, you can have mine for what it cost me (list).

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    • Kingrex
      Kingrex commented
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      What do you want for it? 2011 in 180gram 45 rpm limited edition go for $57 to $64 on a lot of sites. 2011 appears to be very similar to 2002 in that it is from the master tapes. The 2016 does not state this so I am going to assume it is from a digital source. I don't need to have a first edition 2002. I would be happy with a 2011. Thanks

  • #3
    What I might be horny for would be a NM or M 1966 Charlie Brown Christmas.
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    • Rob
      Rob commented
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      its cocktail night i'm on my third moscow mule, ask me anything

  • #4
    I I've got the 2002 Verve/org. Very nice record, but not almost $200 nice.
    edit: So I have two of these. 2002 33 1/3 rpm and 2011 45rpm I'll listen and compare. But I can say I listen to the 33 a lot more.
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    • #5
      the 45rpm original is a fantastic record and from the analog tapes. don't know about the more recent re-pressing.

      the original 33rpm is from the digtal master and sucks, the CD is better.....in fact it's a demo quality CD and I've used it for testing.

      I have the analog tapes too and they are fantastic.

      the analog tapes are from the second night. the CD, 33rpm, and Blue Ray is from the first night. the tracks are the same but the performances are slightly different.
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      • Afveep
        Afveep commented
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        Having a good analog tape copy (not a LP copy) of this album would be a dream! Any chance you can guide me where you got it?

    • #6
      Has anyone compared the original 2002 ORG 003 pressing with the 2011 ORG 003 pressing cut by Bernie Grundman?
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      • #7
        Originally posted by Joe Pittman View Post
        Has anyone compared the original 2002 ORG 003 pressing with the 2011 ORG 003 pressing cut by Bernie Grundman?
        Joe,

        I have two ORG 003 albums. Both are double album. Both are cut by BG (Bernie Grundman). Both are 180 gram (I think. I forgot to measure when I pulled them out). One is double 33 1/3 and the other is double 45. Both have 2002 on the jacket. I believe the double 45 has the small sticker with the session reel-to-reel tape picture on it. Is this what you are referring to?

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        • Joe Pittman
          Joe Pittman commented
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          I was referring to the 45RPM versions. I have the 2011 pressings with Bernie's complete signature in the dead wax. I'm curious how this compares with the original 45RPM cut by Doug Sax.

      • #8
        I've got the DVD, its not bad
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